Moroccan students as well as those from 4 other Arab countries will benefit from training in the field of high technologies organized by Israel. It testifies to the will of the Hebrew State to mark its rapprochement with these countries.
The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs has announced a project aimed at developing high-tech capacities of students from Arab countries, including Morocco and Egypt. It will also be open to students from Jordan, the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain.
This training program is launched in a context of rapprochement between Israel and the Arab world. One of the latest highlights of this policy is the resumption of diplomatic relations with Morocco in December 2020.
For the time being, the Israeli authorities have not said what the training program would consist of, as well as its modalities and challenges. However, they specified that the practical phase of the training will take place in Israel. In this logic, the Jewish state has promised in addition to training, to offer remote employment in Israeli companies to certain trained students.